Cutting mat, card stock, designer paper, adhesive and score tool
Form a standard A2 size card. 4 1/4 width x 5 1/2 inch length scored and folded in half.
Score front piece at 2 1/2 inches from the seam. Crease for easel fold. I wrote bottom in pencil so you will see where to adhere next piece.
Cut a piece of white card stock 4 1/8 inch width by 5 1/4 inch length. Adhere to the bottom piece only. This is a side view of how it will look once the bottom piece is secure.
Add designer paper or solid card stock over solid white card stock
This is the piece that will hold the front easel panel up. You can use card stock as I am, or flowers or buttons. I cut two pieces of matching card stock and secured them to the inside panel 1 3/4 inches from the top
Here is the easel fold from a side view. The card stock holds the panel in place. Punched flowers or even buttons are another great accent to hold the panel in place as well
Here is my final Easel Fold using Dynamic Duos. I colored the blooms with Copic markers and cut them out and added dimensionals to the back. The scalloped edge is using Spellbinders A2 Curved Borders One die and a few pearls to finish it off. Enjoy!